Are you browsing Google Earth and wondering if the vertical image you see is up to date? Or have just imported a Google Maps image into AutoCAD or BricsCAD via Plex-Earth and want to know its exact capture date?
This information is shown in the bottom right corner of your Google Earth window, as shown in this video:
|NOTE: If no Imagery Date appears next to the location coordinates, you will need to zoom in further until it shows up.|
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Through Plex-Earth, access to the most recent images directly from premium providers such as Maxar, Airbus, Hexagon, and Nearmap right inside AutoCAD is right at your fingertips. This can be just a few days old in some cases!
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We hope that you have found this tutorial on how to pinpoint the date of your satellite images, helpful. Feel free to contact us at email@example.com for any questions you may still have.
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